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Shinozuka, Yoshio. "Japan's Experiments on Prisoners." Contemporary Issues Companion: Biological Weapons. Ed. Clay Farris Naff. San Diego:
Greenhaven Press, 2006. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center. Gale. Merced High North Campus (CA). Web. 16 Feb. 2010.
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"Franklin D. Roosevelt." Founding Leaders. 01 Jan. 2001. eLibrary. Web. 28 May. 2010.
“Prior to his illness Roosevelt had appeared to many of his contemporaries as
a spoiled rich man dabbling in politics. His determination to overcome his
illness translated itself into political seriousness after his initial triumph over
his disability. Later in his career, when asked how he could be so patient with
a political opponent, he said, ‘If you had spent two years in bed trying to
wiggle your big toe, after that anything else would seem easy.’”
This shows that Roosevelt was a patient man who earned his
respect by never giving up.
This is because people thought did not respect him but they
soon learned he was a great leader.